London Aussie Taggers ready to take on the Irish!
The Try Tag Rugby All-Stars have set their sights on the Pig N Porter (Limerick, Ireland) Tag Rugby tournament title to add to the impressive collection.
By Phillip Browne
THE Try Tag Rugby All-Stars have set their sights on the Pig N Porter (Limerick, Ireland) Tag Rugby tournament title to add to the impressive collection which includes the Bull N Booze (Bruff, Ireland) Tag Rugby Festival, Rochdale International Tag Rugby Festival and Malta International Tag Rugby Festival titles from last year.
The Pig N Porter tournament which takes place on Saturday, 14 July is the world’s biggest Tag Rugby festival and will attract over 120 teams from across Ireland and abroad and will be a new challenge for the Try Tag Rugby All-Stars who will be competing in this tournament for the very first time. The biggest tournament the All-Stars previously participated in was the 2011 Bull N Booze tournament in Bruff, Ireland which was fought out by 38 teams, so this tournament will surely test the All-Stars.
The Try Tag Rugby All-Stars are made up of players who play in Try Tag Rugby competitions across London and will feature a host of Aussies. The All-Stars will feature a number of International Cup winning London Australia representatives, which include: Adam Madigan, Jay “Ringo” Wilkinson, Phoebe Robins & Thomas Parsons.
The Try Tag Rugby All-Stars will be sending one A Grade team and two social teams so no matter what standard of player you are, everyone is welcome to go on tour. All details on the Pig N Porter tour with Try Tag Rugby can be found at Trytagrugby.com
Meanwhile, Late Summer Tag Rugby registrations in London & Reading are now open. Late Summer competitions commence in late June/early July and are expected to break the current record season (Early Summer 2012) participation figures of 142 teams!
Leagues will take place at; Acton, Balham, Canada Water, Finsbury Park, Highbury, Hoxton, Reading, Richmond, Rotherhithe, Southfields, Wandsworth Town, West Ham & White City.
If you would like to get involved in one of the fastest growing sports in London, new team and individual registrations are welcome. This is a great chance to develop a network of friends if you are new to London.
To register for a Try Tag Rugby competition or event, go to www.trytagrugby.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.